Live Online Course: Child First Aid

Professional development (PD) New Zealand (nationwide)

Posted: 12 October 2021
Notice reference #: 1HAQQv

This Safe for Children live online course is ideal for school leaders, teachers, and support staff.

Date: Wednesday 8 December

Time: 10.30am–11.30am
Cost: $30+GST ($34.50) per person 

Our full training programme is made up of one 60-minute module and meets once online.

Module 1. Managing children with common medical conditions

  • Managing asthma attacks, allergies and allergic reactions
  • Epi-pen use and management
  • Managing a seizure or partial seizure
  • Responding to the diabetic child
  • Guide to first aid in a choking emergency
  • Responding to fevers
  • Treating bee-stings / insect bites
  • Managing head injuries, broken bones and bleeding. 

"I really enjoyed this course, thank you. I feel more confident about knowing what to do in an emergency. The First Aid course I did was quite focused on car crashes and adult workplace injuries, it didn't really cover the scenarios we could be faced with while looking after a group of children. An hour very well spent!" 

“The presenters were awesome, really confident and knowledgeable.”

Interactive. This course is interactive and engages participants. You will be able to ask questions and they will get answered while you are watching.   

Qualification. To gain your relevant certificate of training you will be invited to complete 8 or 9 multi choice questions. 

Can’t make the live online training date? No problem – our trainings are recorded so if you miss the live date you will automatically be sent a recording the next day.

Please click here for further information and to book

In-House Training.  We can also tailor our live online courses to meet your needs.  Contact us today.

Click here to view our Child First Aid Course Catalogue for other upcoming trainings.


Events summary

New Zealand (nationwide)

08 December 2021 – 08 December 2021

Further information

Contact: Donna Bouzaid

 (0800) 723 3454 (0800 SAFE4KIDS)